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Text Disappears When Breaking a Link in Publisher

Posted on 2016-08-26
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I have an eight (8) page brochure which prints on two (2) physical pages.  I want to add 4 more pages (which will then be printing on three (3) physical pages).

The brochure is designed in landscape to be folded so I employed this pagination system.
8    1
2    7
6    3
4    5  <==Turnaround page

In adding more pages, the brochure should look life this...
12     1
2     11
10    3
4      9
8      5
6      7 <==Turnaround page

However, when I break the link between 4 and 5 wanting to link 5 to 6, etc., all my text on pages 6, 7 and 8 disappear.

How do I break page 4-5 link without losing all my text in the pages that follow page 5?  

P.S. I cannot attach a file since Publishers files are so large.  I can email it to you.
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Davis McCarn earned 500 total points
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I think your smartest move is to create a new Publisher document then copy and paste the contents of the old one to it.
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That is what I did and it worked.  Simple, but somewhat labor intensive solution which was the only solution.
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